Do we really want peace?

Do we really want peace?

Do we really want peace? After my successful presentation with the inmates in the prison in Mexico last month, I was looking forward to continue visiting them every now and then, but when I arrived in Mexico this time, I was shocked when I learned that they didn’t want anyone else to talk to them. Their argument was, that the inmates were “too quiet” and they feared they were planning something. The truth is that I found it hard to believe, but then I realized that the fact is we mistrust peace. We are even uncomfortable.... Continue Reading →

Ho'oponopono, Children Are Our Teachers

Ho'oponopono, Children Are Our Teachers

Once again, I had the blessing of having children at my training in Budapest. They played and behaved well most of the time, but there were times when they became a little bit loud. I personally didn’t mind, because I was so grateful for their presence, but some adults were disturbed. I suggested that they clean with that subject. After all, it's just memories! What I found amazing, besides all the love and beautiful drawings I received from the children, is that, during our work with the inner child, we didn’t... Continue Reading →

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